Positive Practices in Refugee Protection in the Asia Pacific Region, is a research project conducted by the Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN), and generously funded by its member organisation Act for Peace. As a network organisation spanning 26 countries across the Asia Pacific region and working on a range of thematic issues, APRRN’s members have been involved in and been the impetus for numerous positive practices in refugee protection. These positive practices represent some of the ways in which civil society has been able to provide better support to refugee communities and engage the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and governments.
Positive Practices in Refugee Protection in the Asia Pacific Region comprises seventeen case studies highlighting positive achievements and actions towards increased refugee protection across the Asia Pacific region. The full report can be viewed here.